Low-Income Home Energy Assistance
Gov. Ivey awards grants for bulletproof vests to protect parole officers MONTGOMERY – Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded two grants totaling $17,100 to the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles for the purchase of bulletproof vests. The bureau will provide vests for new hires and replacement vests for current officers whose vests are damaged or […]
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs today released a comprehensive, statewide plan to guide current and future efforts to expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The plan is designed to guide the deployment of future state and federal funds to expand the availability of fast charging stations along Alabama’s major travel corridors. […]
ADECA names agency to continue temporary, emergency responsibility for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program in Jefferson County
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs announced today that the Community Action Agency of Northeast Alabama will continue temporary responsibility for managing the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program in Jefferson County until the process to name a longer-term agency is completed. The program provides emergency assistance with home heating and cooling […]
Local agencies receive almost $47 million from Gov. Ivey to assist low-income families with utility costs
MONTGOMERY— Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling nearly $47 million to help low-income households with utility costs during the cold winter and hot summer months. The grants will enable 18 community service agencies to provide emergency funding to help low-income families heat and cool their homes in 2022. “Alabama’s coldest and hottest times of […]
Kenneth W. Boswell, Director
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